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  1. The Military Mauser Forum
    Hello all, I recently picked up this nice 1916 DWM Gewehr 98 that's all matching, witha great barrel+bore, and has some battle damage (it has some small bits of shrapnel still in parts of the stock here and there). I bought it from a friend of the family who's relative actually brought it back...
  2. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    I just picked this up for $750 and trying to get more information on it. It appears to be a made in 1911 or 1912 but rebuilt later on. Barrel shows 9-44. Curious to see if it’s authentic or something someone may have pieced together. I am trying to figure out if its a good find and also trying...
  3. French Firearms Board
    This is a WWI bring back and with nonmatching scabbard. Convex round press button. I am curious if any unit number can be found on it. For such an important weapon there is not much detailed info in English online. Thanks for your expertise
  4. Armor, APC, Artillery, Anti Tank, Mortar, Warplane
    Would anyone be able to tell what that small breechloading cannon in the ground is? I've tried looking into it with no avail.
  5. 1918 DWM Luger

    All matching minus magazine. 1918 DWM Luger I bought in 2019.
  6. Militaria-Swords-Bayonets- Edged Weapons Forum
    Hello. I have come into possession of an old type 30 bayonet. I am looking to identify the time period it was manufactured. Serial number: 1012070 (edit) 12070 I stand corrected, originally what I took for a 10 is actually an additional identification marking. though i cant seem to locate any...
  7. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    Hello Everyone, Can someone with access to the SRS please check Springfield M1903 serial # 402175? Thank you in advance. Semper Fi, Phil
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